Community Near Austin, Texas, Works Out Software System Bugs

The West Lake Hills, Texas, new software system still has some bugs that need to be worked out, according to Debbie Loesch, who has been serving as interim city secretary for several months.

by Luz Moreno-Lozana, Austin American-Statesman / November 22, 2019
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(TNS) — The West Lake Hills, Texas, new software system still has some bugs to be worked out, according to Debbie Loesch, who has been serving as interim city secretary for several months.

The city purchased the new system, CivicClerk, in September to house agendas and minutes for the City Council, zoning and planning commission and the building design committee.

September's vote for a new software system was also accompanied by the purchase of seven new iPads. Loesch said the iPads are ready, and once the new software is up and running, members will be able to record their votes and digitally view agendas, backup materials and minutes.

"I have been working on implementing this," Loesch said. "I am having some formatting issues, so I am working on that. ... But I think it'll come together really well."

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